Part 2, Chapter 4: Questions and Answers
1. According to Meursault, what did the prosecutor “aim at” during his closing argument?
2. How does Meursault want to explain his lack of regret to the prosecutor?
3. What does the prosecutor call “the most odious of crimes?”
4. How does the prosecutor compare Meursault’s crime to the parricide case?
5. Since Meursault has already admitted killing the Arab, what verdict does the prosecutor ask for?
6. How do some of the spectators in the courtroom react when Meursault tries to explain his reaction to the sun?
7. What word does Meursault’s lawyer use when referring to Meursault during his speech?
8. What is Meursault’s impression of his lawyer?
9. How is Meursault to be...
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